Sofia Lingos, Esq.

Trident Legal

Sofia Lingos, Esq. is the founding and managing attorney at Trident Legal LLC, an innovative business law firm, providing transactional legal services, to small businesses and start-ups in diverse industries, throughout all stages of growth, based in Boston, MA.

Ms. Lingos is also a professor at Northeastern University School of Law where she serves as the Director of the Community Business Clinic and teaches Law Practice Management and Access to Justice. She focuses her academic research on career satisfaction and the intersection of technology and the delivery of legal services.

She is actively and passionately involved with numerous professional and philanthropic organizations where she holds various leadership positions, and is currently the co-chair of the ABA Law Practice Division’s Legal Technology Resource Center. She has been published and interviewed by, many local and national media outlets on the topics of practice management, entrepreneurship, innovation and business law; topics upon which she lectures frequently.

She has received several awards and honors highlighting her professional achievements including being selected as a New England Super Lawyer Rising Star for 7 consecutive years (recognizing the top 2.5% of attorneys); Top Women in the Law for 7 consecutive years; Mass Lawyers Weekly Excellence in the Law recipient; Greek America’s Forty Under 40; the Distinguished Alumni award from her undergraduate alma matter; and the ABA’s Top 40 Young Lawyers.

My Sessions

Do Unicorns Exist? The Paperless Law Office

Grand Ballroom B

Can a law firm truly be paperless? Learn about how workflows in a paperless law office are often more important than hardware and software and how proper setup leads to success. Gain insights into new challenges that paperless offices encounter, including records retention and attitude adjustments. SPONSORED BY:

Core Technology

Planning for Tomorrow, Today

Columbus IJ

Solo and small firm lawyers need to plan for back-up, business continuity as well as disaster. Several states already require or are considering requiring a succession plan, and the ABA reiterates the ethical responsibility of disaster preparedness in recently released Formal Opinion 482. In this session you will learn what to consider in creating a […]

Solo/Small Firm